TEDx Sydney moves to the Sydney Opera House for 2013 and they've just announced a pretty killer line-up of speakers.
Marc Newson, industrial designer, in a Q&A with Julian Morrow.
Professor David Sinclair, PhD, Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, who's made a discovery that could change the we you think about ageing.
Dr Alice Gorman, Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, who will speak on 'space junk'.
Jennifer Robinson, Director of Legal Advocacy, Bertha Philanthropy Services, who will speak on cross-examining the law.
Paul Pholeros, architect and co-founder of Healthhabitat, who will speak on 'How architecture is eliminating poverty'.
Dr Andrew Parker, author and biologist, Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Green Templeton College, speaking on 'How colour is changing the way we do business.'
Dr Rebecca Huntley, author, researcher and director of Ipsos Mackay, speaking on 'Why we are not consumers.'
Professor Ron McCallum, Emeritus Professor, Sydney University Law School, the first blind person appointed to a full professorship at an Australian university, who will explore the right to read.
Danny Kennedy, Founder of Sungevity, talking on 'How entrepreneurs, not missionaries, are saving the world.'
Associate Professor Bill Pritchard, human geographer at the School of Geosciences, asks 'Why is there still hunger in a world full of food?'
Professor Simon Jackman, Department of Political Science and Department of Statistics, Stanford University, on how information is collected and voting behaviour understood.
Dr Lisa Murray, City Historian, City of Sydney, on 'Finding ways to future-proof the memory of the world.'
George Poonkin Khut, artist and designer, on how art and medicine work together to change health outcomes for children.
Joost Bakker, horticulturalist and entrepreneur, on 'Creating CBD farming – and making it successful.'
Damien Mander, chairman of International Anti-Poaching, on 'Being a modern-day warrior.'